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    Mr. Maximan1 maximan1's Avatar
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    Losted my Ipod


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    My friend has the Zen V plus. It's a good player, but the buttons feel "weak" on it. They don't have the solidity that one usually likes.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wordbiker View Post

    What's frightening is how coherent Hickey was in posting that.

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    I need a 2000 song MP3 player, they have one at Walmart for about 100 bucks. Ducking and running
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    Someone needs to come out with a driverless MP3 player similar to what iRiver used to have, with decent (40gb+ hard disk space) capacities. I know its possible. My generic Napster 512MB player uses no drivers, and has two modes, MTP (media transfer protocol, which is transactional), and the regular old USB flash drive volume.

    I wish I knew more about embedded programming... grab a copy of an embedded OS [1], a hard disk, decent small ARM based motherboard with solid DACs, and make a prototype of what I want.

    [1]: OS of choice depends on features. I'm pretty sure that AAC compatibility and the GPL v3 don't go together legally, so most likely it will end up being Windows CE.

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